OAR 255-087-0010

The following definitions apply to this Division:
(1) “Board registered victim” means a victim of the registrant, as defined in OAR 255-005-0005 (Definitions), who is registered with the Board.
(2) “Hearing packet” means information relevant to the purpose of the hearing, which may include: sexual offense history; criminal history; risk scoring sheet; notice of rights; Presentence Investigation (PSI), Post-sentence Investigation Report (PSR), Parole Analyst Report (PAR), or report of similar content; sentencing/judgment orders; Department of Corrections Inmate Face sheet; other relevant material selected at the Board’s discretion.
(3) “Reclassification” means the lowering of a registrant’s notification level from level three to level two, or from level two to level one, and the process that the Board uses to make those determinations.
(4) “Registrant” means a person convicted of a sex crime and required to register as a sex offender or found guilty except for insanity of a sex crime and required to register as a sex offender under ORS Chapter 163A (Sex Offender Reporting and Classification).
(5) “Relief from registration” and “relief from reporting” mean the registrant’s obligation to report as a sex offender in Oregon is terminated. A person who has relief from registration does not have to register as a sex offender in Oregon.
Additional definitions are found in Oregon Administrative Rules 255-005-0005 (Definitions) and 255-085-0010 (Definitions).
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 255-087-0010’s source at or​.us